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Gundagai to Lawson

From here is was a quick drive along fast familiar highways to home and I began to think of yellow things … the canola just beginning to flower, the daffodils I expected to find in my garden and the winter wattles welcoming us home.


  1. Thanks for sharing your journey, Joan. Lots of places I've never visited before!

    1. You take me on lots of places I now want to see. Glad to reciprocate.

  2. I'd love to have daffodils in my garden.
    This is such a low sky.

    1. Daffodils go with cold weather. I guess there has to be some compensation.

  3. yellow Canola fields are so pretty.


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